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Inside Macintosh: AppleScript Language Guide / Part 1 - Introducing AppleScript
Chapter 2 - Overview of AppleScript

Other Features and Language Elements

So far, you've been introduced to the key elements of the AppleScript language, including statements, objects, commands, expressions, and script objects.
The reference section of this guide discusses these elements in more detail
and describes how to use them in scripts. Before you continue to the reference section, however, you'll need to know about a few additional elements
and features of the AppleScript scripting language that are not described in
the reference:

Continuation Characters
Case Sensitivity
Compiling Scripts With the Script Editor

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13 JUL 1996